Learn how Stan Leong uses Lacework Polygraph to safeguard mergers and acquisitions information for Hewlett-Packard Enterprise.
Mario Duarte on Lacework Polygraph
Lacework Polygraph™ is the industry’s first zero-touch platform for cloud workload security
Security hasn’t kept up with the velocity of the cloud. Breaches are too frequent and incidents take too long to resolve. Security teams struggle to keep up with DevOps. Yesterday’s security – with its perimeters, rules, and log-based investigations – isn’t flexible, agile, or effective, and it’s not right for today’s cloud.
Lacework Polygraph approaches cloud security from a completely new direction. We use a deep temporal baseline to track cloud entities, behaviors, and connections. We detect breaches and automate investigations without rules, policies, or logs. Polygraph delivers exceptional protection at the velocity of the cloud.
The Power of Lacework Polygraph
Spot breaches. Collect forensics information. Get insight into your cloud operations. No admin overhead required.
Built in the cloud, for the cloud. Elastic capacity expansion. Container ready. No kernel modifications. Available on AWS Marketplace.
Deeper Insights, Effective Protection
Stop rogue users and cybercriminals. Understand relationships between applications, machines, and resources. Even when configurations aren’t perfect.
No Policies. No Rules. No Logs.
Eliminate endless hours of policy and rule maintenance. Analyze security events without tedious external log correlation.
What They’re Saying
“The UI allows you to drill all the way down, come back all the way up, reverse time, go forward in time. We can see and visualize our entire environment.”
Stan Leong, R&D leader – Mergers, Acquisitions and Divestitures Practice, Hewlett-Packard Enterprise
“Lacework Polygraph, within minutes of the attack occurring, was able to detect something that the other ones were not. It outperformed everything we’ve been doing.”
Mario Duarte, Director of Security, Snowflake Computing
“Lacework allows you to tell the story of a breach and document it fully, quickly. That’s a quantum leap in my book.”
Ian O’Brien, IT Security Lead, Large Networking company
“With digital transformation now rampant, end-user organizations have ambitious plans for the amount of enterprise workloads they will move to the public or hybrid cloud by 2020. This presents a major security challenge, so there is clearly demand right now for platforms that can address the dual requirement of breach detection and investigation in cloud environments. A key differentiator is going to be how quickly such products can deliver value, deploying quickly, producing actionable insights and reducing the mean time to detection.”
Rik Turner, Principal Analyst, Ovum